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Setting Realistic Goals

Setting Realistic Goals

Why It Is Important to Have Goals An important part of addiction recovery is setting realistic goals. Goals can give you a sense of direction and help keep you focused on staying sober. They should be kept simple and obtainable. You do not want to place unrealistic...
Ways to Celebrate New Year’s Eve Sober

Ways to Celebrate New Year’s Eve Sober

New Year’s Eve is a time for celebrating with friends and family. Because those celebrations typically involve alcohol and parties, this time of year can be difficult if you are sober. That said, planning ahead and finding fun activities to partake in on New Year’s...
Staying Fit While Staying Sober

Staying Fit While Staying Sober

Diet and exercise play a role in keeping your body fit, but they can keep you mentally fit as you work to maintain sobriety. A healthy lifestyle can ward off cravings, keep you busy, and give you strength of body and mind. Benefits of Exercise & Staying Fit...
Tips For a Sober Thanksgiving

Tips For a Sober Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving & Recovery The Thanksgiving holiday can be a tough time if you are newly sober or in recovery. In addition to turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes, you may find yourself surrounded by friends and family who are drinking as part of the day’s...
The Dangers of Binge Drinking

The Dangers of Binge Drinking

Drinking large amounts of alcohol one night a week is worse than consuming a single serving of alcohol daily. According to the CDC, binge drinking is a big problem that affects more than 38 million Americans. Binge drinking is common among college students but can...
How to Avoid Burnout in Recovery

How to Avoid Burnout in Recovery

If you are feeling overwhelmed, tired, or frustrated while in your recovery program, you may be experiencing burnout. This can cause you to lose motivation and often leads to relapse. By recognizing the signs and finding ways to avoid this while in recovery, you can...